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Monthly Archives: September 2014
In Friday’s edition of This Week in CFD I linked to an article that discussed a report from Reportstack entitled Global Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Market 2014-2018 in which the market is forecast to grow at 12.85%. I wrote that I … Continue reading
Applications Argonne National Labs shares this video of a 50-million cell, high fidelity CFD simulation of a diesel engine. You can read more about it here. The Maritime Research Institute of the Netherlands has a new 4,000 core cluster on … Continue reading
Software Are you interested in trying CAD with “cloud, web, and mobile technologies?” Onshape, the new company from SolidWorks vets, is looking for testers. Friendship Systems released CAESES/Friendship Framework version 3.1 including support for adjoint CFD. Altair released HyperWorks 13.0 … Continue reading
Hardware The U.S. Congress is getting involved in exascale computing through the House’s passing of the American Super Computing Leadership Act by which the Dept. of Energy is tasked with advancing U.S. supercomputing via a number of methods including establishment … Continue reading
Most of the time, my jokes are greeted with polite laughter or uncomprehending stares. Certainly no one wants them to be repeated. So when someone asked me to blog about this little cartoon I had to jump at the chance … Continue reading
News The next milestone on the drive toward exascale computing architectures may be carbon nanotude transistors in 2020. Leading up to the SC14 supercomputing conference in November is the September issue of their newsletter. Strong Simulation Consulting has started a blog … Continue reading
ENGINEERING.com‘s Shawn Wasserman and I will chat about the state of simulation in the upcoming webinar “It’s a Wonderful Time to Be Using CFD.” Day: Tuesday 16 September 2014 Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT (GMT -4) We’ll talk about the industry, … Continue reading